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Bin transfer to Conveyor with Curved Chute Design

February 26, 2013 flsmidth, dem, conveyor
DEM discrete Element Modeling is the use of mathematical equations to help predict how solid particles move and interact in space. The equations consider the shape, size, position, cohesiveness, velocity and force of each particle and calculate how they flow as they pass through a predefined three-dimensional confined geometry such as chutework. In addition to mathematical calculations, DEM software can be used to produce animations that allow the user to visualize the resultsThe results of DEM can be interpreted and used to provide and optimize new solutions or identify and eliminate existing problems.DEM discrete Element Modeling is the use of mathematical equations to help predict how solid particles move and interact in space. The equations consider the shape, size, position, cohesiveness, velocity and force of each particle and calculate how they flow as they pass through a predefined three-dimensional confined geometry such as chutework.

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